The Daily Review,
JUSn. T. J AMES, Editor . & Prop.
. .WILMINGTON. N. C.
SATURDAY. MARCH 21. 1383
Cntsred at the roe to nice aVUmingtoa.N. C,
.as second-class matter. .
Almosttefore wc realize i: tho world
vrill be called upon to Witness two frf
ffintie'engineering feaU. It 13 estimat
ed that within a year and a half the
tunnel from England to France will be
completed, and .probably in the
coarse of fivo or six years DeLeascps
Kanama canal will be open . for busi
.nesa. .Modern engineering will ere
long change the face of the world.
.Tho result of " a recoct election for
county officers in FaUs county, Texas,
Was determined by tho Totes of snren
teen naturalized Chinamen; and the
defeated candidates arc teatksg tho elec
tion upon the ground that a State law.
ostaaed in 1675. limited the issuance of
naturalization papers to white foreign
ers, and, it is claimed, disfranchised
'Chinamen who had already; taken out
There is In Illinois a family named
Hiakey, whoso azgregate wclght.is 2,
- 587 1 pounds. The father weighs 480
pounds, the mother 385, tho oldest
.daughter 30; the: next 221, the third
.230, the oldest son 520, the second 202
"the third 260 and the fourth 176. The
paterfamilias has two sisters who tip
the scales at 310 and 270 pounds re
spectively. Such a family carry great
.weight la any community. .
' The New Orleans newspapers express
, alarm, at the probability that the Miss
issippi river will, at .an early date, be
diverted into the Atchafalaya. and that
xiew Urleans wii be lett on a shallow
pool meditating sadly over her lost
grandeur. The Atchafalaya channel,
which is woofng the old father of waters
from his accustomed path, runs directly
to the Gulf of Mexico at a point seventy
or eighty miles west of New Orleans.
-Chicago's record of crime for tho past
twenty-six months is a horrible one.
and its record of killings for the same
time is"most 'ghastly.- Tho facts as
boiled down into headlines by The
Inter-Ocean show that there have been
In the"twenty-six months covered sixty
nine murders, besides justifiable homi
cides; that less than one-fourth of this
number nave been imprisoned, generally
for short terms : another fourth have
been let loose by the grand jury, seven
remain uncaptured, seven died of their
wounds or suicided, and but ono suffer
ed the death penalty. Add to this the
long list of murderous assaults, robber
ies, burglaries and other crimes and it
. will appear that the great city of the
West has earned its distinction of bein
"the wickedest city on tho American
continent. And yet, with this showing,
the sanctimonious press of the North
write about tho crimes of tho South
without a blush.
A grand celebration is proposed on
and particularly among the trades of
tho two cities. L. It has been suggested
.that a procession representing all the
important industries of the city form at
some point in Brooklyn ; that a similar
procession bo organized in New York
a.nA nt n. civen atonal tho firinsr of a
cannon,tho two processions begin mov-
ing and pass each other on tne oriuge.
Each procession, it is proposed, shall
include the Mayor and Common Coun
cil and other officials, and on arriving a
the centre of th river span both proces"
slcns shall halt and tho Mayors of
Brooklyn and New York with tho mem
bers of the Comwon Council, shall de
scend from their carriages, when a pro
clamation pronouncing the structure
open to public, traffic shall be read.
After this the processioDB will move on.
the Brooklyn procession making a tour
of New York and the New York pro
cession making a lour of JBrooklyn. It
ia helieved that this will be a fitting
way of celebrating this cvont of great
iroportance to the two cities.
The following is the manner in which
WiHUV UVIUUU kTCUH.V, VI iO IUUUUC1 VI
tho New York Her aid t announced' his
intention ot marriage:
:Tq the Readers of the Herald: v
I am coin e to be married in a few
days.' The weather is so bcautitui;
times are cettinc so cood ; the prospecis
of political ana moral reiprm-so aus-j
.. pickma, that I. cannot reSst tho divine
instinct of honest nature any longer; so
VI am going to be married to one of the
most splendid women in intellect, in
heart, in soul, in property, in person, in
maancr that I have yet seen in the
course of my interesting pilgrimage
urougu uuiu&u uiv.
' I cannot stop in my career. I must
falsi that awful destiny, which tha
-Almighty Father has writtem against
ray name, in the broad letteis of life,
against ,tho walls of heaven. . I must
give the world a pattern of happy
wedded life, with all the charities that
s prinsr from a auptiai love. Iu a few
days I shall bo married according to the
holy rites' of the most holy Christian
Church to one of the most remarkablo,
accomplished-- and-" beautiful young
women of the age. "She possesses a
fortune- I sought and found : a fortune
a largo fortune. She has no Stoning
tca shares or Manhattan stock, but in
parity and uprightness v she is worth
I half a million of pure coin. Can any
.... lit -l 1 1 ,mIi3 In
swindling oanu maw ut,ui i
good sense and elegance another half a
million; in soul, mind and beauty
millions on millions, equal to the whole
specie of all the rotten banks in the
world. Happily, the patronage of the
public to the Herald is nearly twenty
live thousand dollars per annum, al
most equal to a President's salary.
But property in this world's goods was
never ray object. Fame; public goods,
usefulness in my day and generation;
the religious associations of female
excellence; tho progress of true industry
these hrtve been my dreams oy night,
and my desires by day. ; .
In tho new and holy conditions into
which I am about! to enter, and to
enter with the reverential feelings as I
would heaven itself, I anticipate some
signal changes iu my feelings, , in my
views, in my purposes, in my pursuits.
What they may be I know not time
alone can tell. My juxlent desire ha3
been gthrough life to reach the high
est order of human (excellence by the
shortest possible cut. Association, night
and da v. in sickness and in health, iu
war ana in peace, wim- a woraani
produce some curious results in my
heart and leehnjrs, ana tnese results ine
future will develop in due time in the
columns of the Ilcralk.
Meantime. ' I return my i heartfelt
thanks for the enthusiastic patronage of
the public, both of Europo and Amer
ica. The holy estate of wedlock will
only increase ray desire to bestill more
useful. God Almighty bless you air.
James Gordon Bennett.
A few days after, the marriage was
announced at the head of the' cditoria
columns of the Herald in the following
On Saturday afternoon, the!
slant, by the Rev. Dr. j Power,
Peter's Catholic Church, in!
street, James Gordon Bennett.! the pro
prietor and editor of thejeM7 lorc Her
ald to Henrietta Agnes Crean. What
may be the eliect of thi3 event on the
great newspaper contest now waging in
New York time alono will show.
Charles A. Dana; editor of tho Sun,
has bought a residence on tho'corner of
Sixtieth street and' Madteon .avenue.
New. York Citv, for !$ 150,000.
Mr. Henry Irving will be tendered
a public banquet in London on the eve
of his. departure for America, at ; which
Lord Coleridge, who is also coming
hither, will preside. j !
J.' F. Burrell, formerly grand sec
retary of the grand lodge of Free
and Accepted Masons, of Illinois, is
being-tried on the charge of embezzling
$7,000 belonging to thej order.
The report ot Mr. Tildren's illness is
denied. An inquiry at his residence at
Yonkers on Monday last elicited the
statement that he was in perfect health,
and alt rumors to the contrary are
false. ' J
Mr. Henry Clay Thurston, of White
Oak, Titus county, Texas, fifty-thred
years old, is 7 feet 7 inches in heightj
and claims to be the longest man in the
United States. lie had nine brothers
everv one of whom was dyer 6 feet id
height. '! j
The pleasure trip of ex-Senator Cam
eron ant! Mr. Charles A. Dana, the ed
iter of the New York ) Sun, has been
postponed for two weeks, in conse
quence of an accidental fallby which
Mr. Cameron's back was strained. Mr.
Dana has paid a visit 6f condolence to
Mr. Cameron. I
Don't 13 ic iu the House.
"Rough on Rats". Cleais out rats,
mice, roaches, bed-bugs,! flies, ants,
moles, chipmunks, gophers. 15c.
When Adam went a gardening,
In Eden, long ago, t
A cabbage from a turnip
The old fraud didn't know ;
He couldn't tell an elephant
b rom an adder or a bee, j
And the devil had to show him
How to reach tho apple tree.
A Pawtucket schoolma'am, in order
to be sure of punishing the pupil who
had whistled, gave every j ono of the
fiifty-eight in the room five blows
In Baltimore, on St. Paul street, is
displayed tho sign : "Charles J. Bona
parte, attorney-at-law."j This grand
nephew of the great Emperor is a busy
member of his profession.
Tho Washington City dog-catchers', a
few days ago, captured the favorite
terrier ot Mrs. Secretary Chandler, and
an exchange says there will bo sure
enough work for the navy. now. .
The Chinese are making it very un
comfortable for Americans in the Celes
tial Empire. They arc probably pro
ceeding upon the idea tbas sauce ibr-the
goose should be sauce for the jgauder.
Mr John L. Sullivau, of Boston, the
champion bruiser of America, is repor
ted to be drinking heavily. If this is
tho case Mr. Sullivan has found his
match. Whisky wiil knock him out if
he has the sinews ot Hercules.
Au Indian woman who cooked for
Andrew Jackson when he headed the
engineers cutting a road! through! to
Florida, and still has the pots and kettle
used in that peaceful campaign, is liv
ing at Kilpatrick, Ala., aged 120 years.
There are things that some1 men iear
-worse than death; so jWilitam C
Crump, a prominent lawyer at New
London who died Monday iraade a last
request that the New London county
bar should not passrresolutions about
him alter h had gone.
Twenty-Four Hours to
From John Kuhn. Lafayette.
who announces that he is now i 1 Ver
feet health," we have the j following:
"One year ago I was, to all appearance,
in tho last stages ot Consumption. Our
best physicians gave my case up. I
finally got so low that our doctor said
I could not live twenty-four hours.
My friends then purchased a bolt?e
of DR. WM. HALL'S BALSAM FOR
THE LUNGS, which considerably ben
efited me. I continued until I took
nine bottles. I am now in perfect
health, having used no other medicine.
7 Any girl will tell you .that gold ban
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"Methuselah Smith, age one year,
is the legend upon a small gravestone
in a Pennsylvania cemetery,
j A little fellow, three vears old.- who
I had never eaten frosted cake, asked at
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the table tor a piece 01 "that caue wun
plastering on it." V
Although blind. Dr. Barrett, the old
est physician of Le Roy, in this State,
still prescribes for patients, and some
of them recover. World.
Whether the baby boy's name should
be John Frederick or Edward Gordon
has caused a divorce snit in a Chicago
court between Mr. and Mrs. Jones.
The Boston City Council has appoint
ed a committee to discuss the' Treat
ment of inebriates. "Treatine" is
what help? to make inebriates. Lowell
Courier, j -
A young iady applying for a situation
a3 a teacher in Speucer county. . Ky..
In reply to a question said: I ain't
much of a arithmeticker, but am an
Young or middle aged men suffering
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Mr. L. S. Wood, Newbern N. C.,
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rN THURSDAY, JFEBRUARY 8th, 18S3,
the undersigned will revive the' publication of
the FAYETTE VILLE OBSERVER.
The Observer wi 1 be a large 28 column
weekly newspaper, and will be mailed to sub
scribers, postage paid, at tt per annum, al
ways in advance. I .will give ihe news of the
day in as ample form as its 6 pace will permit,
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on State politics and affairs. -
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labnr, first of all, to assure the prosperity ot
the Town of Fayetteville, to develop the vast
agricultural resources of Its own and the
neignboring counties, and to promote all that
coi cern3 the welfare of the people of North
Carolina. f (
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ways of our fathers as, In the guise of pro
gres, harm society, the observer will be
found In full sympathy with the new things
born of tne changed condition of the South
which sound judgment or enlightened experi
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reputation of the name it inherits.
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JN PURSUANCE OF A DECREE OF THE
huperioT Court of Bmnswl-k county, at Fall
Term 1882, iu an action of foreclosure therein
pending between The First National IWk of
Wilmington plaintiff, and Alex. Oldham
and wife as defe dants, the undersigned. Com
missioner appointed bv said decree.wlil sed at
public auction, for c hh, attao Court House in
mith illc, on Monday, the Sta of April 1883,
at U Ja, the following real rstnte, being in the
coun y of Brunswick, adjoining the town of
Wilmington and containing 70 acres, more or
less. Beginning at a marble post is the Bruns
wick county line on tne South side of the great
road or causeway across Eagle Island, and
runs about South with the said county line to
a cypress In the eoge of te Cape r ear river
at the mouth ot & canal, then along said
canal about West to Alligator Creek, then
np said creek to said great road or causeway,
then along li about Jiast to the beginning.
Excepting from said bounds two acres con
veyed t John A. Taylor by J. E. Gregg by
deed of January 19th, 1304 ; and also eiceptlng
a lot lying 120 feet irora the aforesaid county
line and a ong said great road CO feet; fronting
the same ana extending back 100 feet parallel
with said Itrunswick our.tv llne, rhlch Ias
lot waa reserved by Alfred Smith iu the deed
conveying said land to the said Alex. Oldham.
A. G. RICAUD,
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT, -
WrLMTNGTON, S. C
B. L. PEBUT, Proprietor. .
Late Proprietor Atlantic HoteL First 4?lasa
la ail its appointments. Terms $2.b) to fOQ a
day. - r. . : . : . febet
New York WeHe
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newspaper is constantly ,
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and is arranged In Sg
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of the globe. Under the nea.J of ,e"i
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THE WEEkLY HERALri,
the moat valuabl cbr..niric j- "
is the cheajst. Every w.t .; j rtd u.
ful report of . 17 Wek I(
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patches from Washlngt. n toffif h
poru of the speeches if eroiD?J U&
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THli FARM DEPAKTMEST I
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as the inoet practical Biigtre-tiB !e9
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for raising Cattle, Poultry r!?Taer.k!
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7 SKILLED LABOR,
are looked after, and everything rkn .
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latest phases of the imsineH i nsJSt?
Merchandise, &c. c. a vahiai.illl.
found in the specially reuor.1!-
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Harper's Young People
aji iiuaiKAiisi) WEEKLY 1 l aje.
SUITED TO" BOT8 AND CIK18 OF TtOM tH
TO 8IXTEEK YEAES Or AOti' ,
VoL IV. commences November! 7, 1st
The Young People has bees from the Hi
successful beyond anticipation. A. T. r
ning Post. . . . I .
It has a distinctive purpose, to which ItJtea
ily adheres that, namely, of rnppbintlaf Utt
vicious papers for the young with i paper
more attractive, as well as more nboleeooe.
For nearness, elegance of cngrvlDr, a!
xenis generally, n is ttsaurpasMa ojtnj
llcation of the kind yet brotrW uou
ft TJTCTQ --rTT X-1 ' UX. f DT V " I '
- icr l ear, rostage rrepaki, ' w
Jjngle JspuBEKS, FourOnts each.
Spr ci men c rpy sen t on receipt of Ttjrf Cu.
The Volumes of Harjcr, oanr People fur
1881 and lS!Ubandsomely bound In lUumlnt
ted Cloth, will bo sent bv mail, poetafrepn
paid, on receipt of 3 6o each. Corcr la
Young People for 12. 55 cent; posture, U
cents additfanaL' 1 !
Remittances should be made by Tost 0ft
Money Order or Draft, to avoid chance of ou.
XotranniwrR XTetint to COUV thi idveTUM
ment without the express order of flxsres
HARPER t BROTJTrW,
dec IS . ., . Sew Tor k.
flulbert Bros, Wholesale
Price List, 4
4 Piano, 7 oct, square, oa'tlM
carved, agraiTe :
1 Piano,uprlght,7Hoct.,cabiDpa4 174 a
13 Organ, 4Bet8reeds,98tops and fiaad
Organ, 6 sets reeds, 13 stops, emp--r- -
ler, sub-bass i
Our Pianos and Organs are war- li
ranted first-lass. j j
5 Violin outfit, box, bow, Btrlng,eoBr , .
plete ....... j
3 Vlofin crcmona model, extra line
Aeoordeon, 10 keys, bass box, flas 9
tone V 1V!1I1 .
6 Aeoordeon, 6 keys, 1 stop, J sew .
Mouth Organs, VIsnna concert, A l
8 Mouth Organs, Genuine Klcbter
holes, G 8 '""HIZX-
11 Mouth Organs, .Genuine Concen
doubte W Doles,G8i....."-""
14 Clarionet, genuine Martin, 7. j tf
17 Fife, in ebony, German y;cruJ6, 1 9
16 Music Box, 1 tune,
19 8 tunes, wind wua TW jj g
mn vrt -vjfTn "o(pnt. mAChioe Ds4 -I
12 Double Bass, patent bead, i or ffl
strings.. .... .y.
24 Guitar, maple, unebhie bea. w 4
finish. V:'" 1
27 Banjo. 10 Inch, 4 brass brackett-
28 Cnrnt. brass cornopeon atyie, s
30 Druni. bwSrussUnVoraaB
Gold Violin, Guitar and Banjo bvw i jj
Silver Violin, GuiUr and Banjo 8txion. . w
. - M TV. - - .
Steel Violin, Guitar and Banjo atrial. ,
u Bros...... w
Gut. Bussian, German or Italian,
Instrucon Books' Howe's or Wtonef. t
any instrument. "j:7I, iuO KC
TTavtnv nr mo.b emfni trSUS IO
wnue tney iasu' mnn ' v?Jx
Money Is qu.te safe la coauaoa
plainly addressed. - rg Mi
Terms strictl v cash with order. ,
tAents andealers send for oar W p C
Jogue. - - , ' ests
On above net wholesale prices
make .100 per cent, profit.-- I ' UlMr
can on us wnen you cu ULiiiJs V
Befereseee : Any bank or Who- f
1 the city. t- nrtl
HtiIVut4 Tim.. la the OBIT Gt1 i I
sale house in St. Louis. - eO-i 1
3 Olive Street. .
OEBIS HOG CUOjM?.
U just Ue thing to cure or PJJJlrt
era and sU diseases to bTSal
x-aca paeasge couw xrnJ
oounds and will, if glrea strWtr tSs4 rf j
directions, cure I0 bogor V
nogs la a condition ? JV of
usual time. thanebyMytaSJ, jid5
The farmers of DPi'fnW vvf
the praise. All fanaers fl
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